Art in a leaf… Lorenzo Duran Silva, 43, from Guadalajara, near Madrid, was inspired to create the delicate pieces after watching a caterpillar make holes in a leaf by eating it.

That should rustle up interest: From a praying mantis to a skull, the amazing art made by cutting into LEAVES (that can sell for £2,400)

Art in a leaf… Lorenzo Duran Silva, from Guadalajara, near Madrid, was inspired to create the delicate pieces after watching a caterpillar make holes in a leaf by eating it. These are incredible, how on earth is it done without tearing the leaves?

Pen drawing of natural forms inspired by Ernst Haeckel, by Julia Wright

Pen drawing of natural forms inspired by Ernst Haeckel, by Julia Wright. Studying objects close up, focusing in details on line,shape and tone.

An excellent, varied and exciting sketchbook page observing in lots of materials and from lots of different angles. Beautifully presented.

An excellent, varied and exciting sketchbook page observing in lots of materials and from lots of different angles. Beautifully presented. Another great idea for advanced art final

Seriously, I am so in love with Ernst Haeckel.

Ascidian (Ascidiae) from Ernst Haeckel's "Kunstformen der Natur" (Art forms of Nature) of 1904 // About "Kunstformen Der Nature": // About Ernst Haeckel: // Tags: Vintage

GCSE Exam Unit -final piece (butterfly wings) 2014

GCSE Exam Unit -final piece (butterfly wings) 2014 Interesting paths my mind is…

maria chatzinikolaki  - sketchbook

note: this is showing deep 7 formal elements. i can see texture and tone line and pattern the most. (draw a big picture like that)

oh, what a world, what a world...: Melinda Hackett  Her work has color, layering, depth---as in foreground, background, incredible color, everything!

❀ Blooming Brushwork ❀ - garden and still life flower paintings - Lorrain Glessner

Eugène Séguy (1890 – 1985) was a French entomologist who published many portfolios of illustrations and designs from the turn of the century to the 1930s who worked in both the Art Deco and Art Nouveau styles.

Eugène Séguy - Science and Textiles


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